The property will feature an all-day-dining restaurant, a cliff-edge restaurant, rooftop bar, spa, infinity pool with pool bar, and conference facilities overlooking the Gulf of Thailand.
“This new resort is shaping up with an integrity of design and a certain poise that are hallmarks of the Chedi experience,” said GHM CEO Tommy Lai.
“We’ve been on the lookout for a way back into Thailand since 2013, and The Chedi Aquarius Koh Chang is the perfect vehicle.”
GHM opined that Koh Chang, as Thailand’s third largest island, will charm travellers with its relative obscurity compared with popular Phuket and Koh Samui. Its natural splendour, by way of a national park that covers 83 per cent of the island, will also work in its favour.